The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1966
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2-Algdna (la.) Upper Des Moin« Thursday, Dee. 8, 1966 80 Foot Swanson Produce Section The produce department at Swansea's features over 80 ft. of self-service shelves. Two overhead scales shown in the above picture give customers the opportunity to weigh their own produce. Manager Jerry Benson stated that truckloads of fresh fruits and vegetables are arriving daily direct from the grower to the customer. He said that "If it grows and is available, Swanson's has it." Self-Unloading Store Carts SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones A new automatic cart-unloading device Installed at the new Swanson Store in Algona Is shown here being operated by Ruth Bergstrom. Groceries are automatically lifted upward, out of the cart - saving both time and labor. The other Swanson employee in the photo Is Ronald Brlggs. H. W. Grupe and family and his mother, Mrs. Elnora Paul, - . • Mrs. Doug Gilerdet and children spent Tuesday to Sunday of last week at the home of her parents, the Roy Brodersons at De Smet, S. D. Her sister, Mrs. Richard Price and two sons of Brookings, S. D. returned to spend a week at the Guerdet home. Mrs. Martin Gabel was at Holy Family hospital, Esthervllle, Sunday to Tuesday for x-rays and entered the hospital this week for surgery. About seventy attended the Harvest Festival at St. Mary's parish hall In Armstrong, Sunday evening. Mr. Krotte, a for- The Ed Frerichs were Thanksgiving guests at the home of her sister, the Lyle Westfalls, Graettinger. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Marlin Paul home were members of her family, Mr. and Mrs. Irven Hegland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skartvedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Newhall and son, Dale Grupe, Henry Tjarks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grupe and son, Mr. and Mrs. mer F. B. L member, spoke, and talked on findings in the Kennedy assassination. Thanksgiving guests at the August Robison home were the Vern Mortensens and family, the Clifford Beadles and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse. Ronnie Roalsen has been discharged from the Navy after serving four years and is at home with his parents, the Harold Roalsons. The Terry Johnsons were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Truman Johnson home. The Alvln Nelsons and the Bob Palmers and Jimmy were guests at the Maynard Jensens, Thursday to Saturday, here for the funeral of Mrs. Joe Preston, mother of Mrs. Nelson. The Jim Prestons and Mrs. Maynard Jensen attended the wedding of a cousin, Kay Donett, to Robert Knoll, Saturday even- Ing at Des Moines. Marjorie Lee Tobln came from Mornlngside College at Sioux City for the Thanksgiving weekend at the home of her parents, the Johnle Toblns. Saturday evening at the Arthur W. Larsons were her sister and brother-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Glen Modracek. • 'Sunday.evening at the;.,Arthur W. Larson home were' the Ray Larsons and family, the Sam Larsons, and the Don Martins. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thompson and family, Mrs. P. A, Hoi- comb, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Larson and family, the Reuben Holcomb family and Mrs. Otto Larson attended the recital by Caryl Larson at St. Olaf College, Northfleld, Sunday. Thanksgiving guests at the Orville Thoreson home were the Harvey C. Larsons, Julie and Carmen, the P. A. Holcombs, Mrs. Otto Larson and Petrea Thoreson. WELCOME. NEIGHBOR extend a welcome to our new neighbor - SWANSON'S, and congratulate them on their Grand Opening this weekend. JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA TO THE NEW SWANSON'S STOKE ELECTRIC WORK BY JIMUTT~4216,GAU PHONE 295-2223 AIGONA FAMILIES FAMILIES The North Iowa SHOPPER PUBLISHED tY - UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO., ALGONA I 259 RINGSTEDV 247 CYLINDER ****^ 4 43 RODMAN -l *» LEDYARD NORTH KOSSUTH COUNTY 600 FENTON V \ WHITTEMORE W"^--**"S^1 % * .„ , "• WEST BEND"'"' * ST. OTTOSEN 171 IRVTNGTON .- (!!J. BENEDICT >*^ OE % LU VERNE \ 267 \ WODIN 2*4 CORWTTH 337 !i&:::::::i:i:i:::::i^ BASIC SATURATION NEWSPAPER COVERAGE BY THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES y:%y: : :%VA%''#: ; :^ BODE 267 LIVERMORE 322 SATURATION NON-DUPLICATED COVERAGE WITH THE NORTH IOWA SHOPPER Effective, Economical Ad Coverage For A 30 Mile Radius ONE AD ONE BILLING non-duplicated circulation as a companion publication of Tho Algona Upper Des Moines Printed Mondays & Wednesdays Ads from either U-U-M issue may be carried in Shopper, printed Wednesdays

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